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[texts]Professional audio production, editing, and mixing techniques - Dowse, Justin Michael
The purpose of this thesis is to demonstrate professional and efficient music production and music mixing techniques. This is not meant to be a definitive answer to the endless approaches that can be used in music production and mixing. Instead, it is intended to aid learning in a profession where there are no black and white answers since choices in music production and mixing are highly dependent upon the engineer's preferences...
Keywords: audio production; mixing; music; pro tools; recording arts
Downloads: 1,882 1.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2000/11/30
Keywords: newsletter; e-newsletter; metropolitan state university of denver
Downloads: 23
[texts]Sinking your teeth into composition : teaching English using "Quartier de la Madeleine" - Syn, Benjamin Lyric
To meet the diverse needs of composition students, Sinking Your Teeth into Composition: Teaching English Using "Quartier de Ia Madeleine" offers English teachers an additional resource to supplement lectures and textbooks. Vincenzo Natali's "Quartier de Ia Madeline," the 15th short film in the feature film Paris, je t'aime, offers insight into several composition fundamentals, which this guide will explain...
Keywords: university of colorado denver; auraria library; rhetoric; teaching writing; master of arts; French; English
Downloads: 41
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2000/11/21
Keywords: newsletter; e-newsletter; metropolitan state university of denver
Downloads: 20
[texts]@metro
This is a fragment of the @metro newsletter, a former online periodical produced by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2000/10/26
Keywords: newsletter; metropolitan state university of denver
Downloads: 16
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2001/01/16
Keywords: metropolitan state university of denver; newsletter; e-newsletter
Downloads: 19
[texts]Women's understanding of consumption needs and consumer goods by the degree of urbanization - Yuksel, Hulya
In this study, the consumer behavior of women who were defined ashousewives was examined on the basis of their consumption needs and attitudes toward consumer goods. The data necessary for testing the hypotheses on consumer behavior were gathered from three different neighborhoods which revealed different cultural, demographic, and sociological characteristics. All together three hundred women were chosen from the three areas In Izmir, Turkey, in a sample...
Keywords: university of colorado denver; auraria library; master of arts; sociology; turkey; thesis
Downloads: 23
[movies]Ben Sherman interview - Center for Colorado and the West at Auraria Library
An interview with Ben Sherman, a member of the Oglala Lakota Sioux tribe of Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota. Filmed at the Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building in Aurora, CO on July 13, 2010.
Keywords: oral history; native american; american indian; oglala; lakota; sioux
Downloads: 65
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2000/11/16
Keywords: newsletter; e-newsletter; metropolitan state university of denver
Downloads: 14
[texts]Communication algorithms for adversarial multiple access channels - Anantharamu, Lakshmi
We investigate dynamic broadcasting in multiple access channels. Packet injection and jamming are constrained by adversarial models, which determine injection rates and burstiness of traffic. We develop a number of deterministic distributed broadcast protocols and study their efficiency. The performance of protocols is measured by packet latency and queue size, as functions of the parameters of the underlying adversarial models...
Keywords: Complexity Analysis; Multiple Access Channel; Packet routing; Computer Science and Information Systems; Algorithms
Downloads: 61
[texts]@metro
Fragments of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2000/11/09
Keywords: newsletter; e-newsletter; metropolitan state university of denver
Downloads: 27
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2001/01/23
Keywords: metropolitan state university of denver; newsletter; e-newsletter
Downloads: 22
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2001/01/25
Keywords: metropolitan state university of denver; newsletter; e-newsletter
Downloads: 15
[texts]Examination of Colorado water legislation, its issues, programs, and their relationships : 1931 to 2006 - Gallaher, Samuel Ballou
This thesis describes how water laws' issues and tools passed by the Colorado State Legislature changed between 1931 and 2006. Data was provided through previous work accomplished by Dr. Schlager and Dr. Heikkila under a National Science Foundation grant. The data were analyzed through multiple time scales: era, decade, and year. The number of laws passed, the issues they addressed, and policy tools used were described by graphical representation, descriptive statistics, correlation tests, and i...
Keywords: university of colorado denver; water policy; master of public affairs
Downloads: 27
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2000/11/28
Keywords: metropolitan state university of denver; newsletter; e-newsletter
Downloads: 20
[texts]Women in state legislatures : representation and the policy process - Schumacher, Kristin L.
Women have not achieved equality in regards to political representation within theUS. This exclusion weakens the quality of the political debate and destabilizes the legitimacy of our democracy. However, inroads have been made in building a more representative democracy at both the state and federal level in the US. This study extends the literature regarding gender and representation, exploring the association between descriptive representation, legislative factors, civil society contexts and t...
Keywords: auraria library; university of colorado denver; public affairs; phd; dissertation
Downloads: 46
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2001/01/11
Keywords: metropolitan state university of denver; newsletter; e-newsletter
Downloads: 21
[texts]A machine learning approach for gene expression analysis and applications - Le, Thanh Ngoc
High-throughput microarray technology is an important and revolutionary technique used in genomics and systems biology to analyze the expression of thousands of genes simultaneously. The popular use of this technique has resulted in enormous repositories of microarray data, for example, the Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO), maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). However, an effective approach to optimally exploit these datasets in support of specific biological stud...
Keywords: gene-drug association; gene expression; meta-analysis; motif finding; cluster analysis
Downloads: 202
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2000/12/05
Keywords: newsletter; e-newsletter; metropolitan state university of denver
Downloads: 24
[texts]Adjusted measures of district and school performance : a social justice study of Colorado's Latino students - Broer, Ashley J.
The reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has increasedattention to student achievement. Specifically, the challenging demographics inColorado make attention to Colorado's Latino American students a critical issue. Colorado's population of Latino American students is now the largest and fastest growing ethnic minority group in the state. Although it is necessary to hold educators accountable for students who are not achieving, it is inappropriate to make judgments simply from r...
Keywords: university of colorado denver; auraria library; phd; dissertation; education; chicano studies
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[texts]Tracking spatiotemporal movements of dunlin (calidris alpina articola) migration through stable isotope analysis - Doll, Andrew Charles
This thesis describes my investigations into the migratory and breeding behaviors of Dunlin (Calidris alpina arcticola) using chemical signals contained within the tissues of these long-distance migratory shorebirds. The ratios of stable isotopes (δ13C andδ15N) in the tissues of these birds serve as an intrinsic record of past dietary consumption. By studying the variation of these ratios over time and between tissues, I was able to make inferences about past behaviors.Chapter I describes how ...
Keywords: Dunlin; Migration; Stable isotope; Biology; Alaska
Downloads: 59
[texts]CLARK'S NUTCRACKER OCCURRENCE, WHITEBARK PINE STAND HEALTH, AND CONE PRODUCTION IN THE WATERTON-GLACIER INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK - Scott, Jennifer Dru
Clark's nutcrackers (Nucifraga columbiana) are the main seed dispersers for whitebark pine and primarily responsible for whitebark pine regeneration through their seed caching behavior. On-going losses of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, from white pine blister rust (caused by the exotic fungus Cronartium ribicola), historical losses of whitebark pine to mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae), as well as successional replacement of whitebark pine...
Keywords: blister rust; clark's nutcracker; glacier national park; waterton lakes national park; whitebark pine
Downloads: 55
[texts]Youth master planning in the United States - Cushing, Debra Flanders
Youth master planning represents a new planning specialization that began inthe late 1980s to improve the lives of children and youth. Youth master planning is aligned with the normative frameworks of advocacy planning and participatory planning in that adults are encouraged to advocate for the needs of children and youthand meaningfully engage them in community decision-making. As an outcome of this process, youth master plan documents provide a general guide for becoming a better place for you...
Keywords: university of colorado denver; auraria library; urban planning; dissertation; phd
Downloads: 41
[texts]Perceptions of faculty development practices and structures that influence teaching at high performance colleges and universities - Bates, Barbara A.
Abridged abstract:Perceptions of faculty development practices and structures were comparedbetween 13 high performing schools identified in the DEEP study (Kuh, Kinzie, Schuh, Whitt, 2005) to clarify the relationship between faculty development variables and effective teaching. A phenomenological design was employed to triangulate quantitative and qualitative data including faculty development director surveys, interviews, administrator surveys, and faculty development program websites...
Keywords: auraria library; dissertations; university of colorado denver; education
Downloads: 24
[texts]A design-based approach to teaching sustainability - Walter, Kim R.
We live on a finite ecological system, yet consume as though resources are unlimited. Current environmental data suggests many in the developed world are living beyond what the earth is able to sustain. The paradigms in which we operate continue to support a path of constant consumption that continues to exacerbate this problem. Technology educators can and should play a valuable role in working with students to question these paradigms through lessons that begin to engage students toward thinki...
Keywords: Educational Technology; Middle School; Sustainability; Educational Studies and Research; Action Research
Downloads: 107
[texts]Playing tag in the dark : diagnosing slowness in library response time - Brown-Sica, Margaret S.
in this article the author explores how the systems department at the Auraria Library (which serves more than thirty thousand primarily commuting students at the University of Colorado-Denver, the Metropolitan State College of Denver, and the Community College of Denver) diagnosed and analyzed slow response time when querying proprietary databases. Issues examined include vendor issues, proxy issues, library network hardware, and bandwidth and network traffic...
Keywords: library science, information networks, academic libraries, information storage and retrieval; auraria library; proxy; bandwidth; network traffic; response time
Downloads: 52
[texts]Significant Life Experience: Exploring the lifelong influence of place-based environmental and science education on program participants - Colvin, Corrie Ruth
Current research provides a limited understanding of the life long influence of nonformal place-based environmental and science education programs on past participants. This study looks to address this gap, exploring the ways in which these learning environments have contributed to environmental identity and stewardship. Using Dorothy Holland's approach to social practice theory's understanding of identity formation, this study employed narrative interviews and a close-ended survey to understand...
Keywords: environmental identity; place-based education; social practice theory; stewardship behavior; science education
Downloads: 65
[texts]Shakespeare, the land law, and the individual: their emergence in Elizabethan England - Senn, Mark Albert
Through the prisms of William Shakespeare's life and work and Elizabethan land law, this thesis not only (a) suggests that the sixteenth century witnessed the simultaneous rise of the individual and the creation of the English state, but also (b) identifies the chance confluence of several forces that led to personal freedom on the one hand and a national unification on the other. Shakespeare benefited personally from the individuation and the nation-building and wrote professionally about them....
Keywords: Shakespeare; Shakespeare Plays; Humanities; Elizabethan; Land Law
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[texts]Adversaries, psychology, social movements, and world politics - Turtledove, Nina Lois
Within philosophy we fmd at least two major paradigms with which it is possible to conceptualize the nature of reality: what I call the dualistic paradigm, and the integrated paradigm. Aspects of these worldviews are evidenced in the way we "deal" with adversaries, both on a psychological level and in our actions in the world. I argue that not only do these paradigms exist in philosophy and in the-actions of individuals, but they can be discerned in the events of history as well...
Keywords: dualism; university of colorado denver; auraria library; history; philosophy; politics; thesis
Downloads: 38
[texts]CCD Promotional Videos - Community College of Denver
Two promotional videos for Community College of Denver.
Keywords: education; auraria library; community college of denver; denver; old computers; 90s; 1990s
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[texts]Ethics and organizational structure : a study of organizational values - Arney, Jo A.
This is a study about understanding the relationship between an organization'sstructure and the organizational values held by individuals who are members of theorganization. It is the contention of this research to show that organizational values are, at least in part, dependent on the structure of organizations. This study seeks to provide a pair of spectacles for public managers who wish to investigate and appreciate the ethical climate of their organization...
Keywords: dissertation; public affairs; university of colorado denver; auraria library
Downloads: 50
[texts]SURFACE MODIFICATION OF AN ACRYLATE-BASED SHAPE MEMORY POLYMER TO PROMOTE ADSORPTION TO BIOMARKERS OF EOSINOPHILIC ESOPHAGITIS - Shah, Roopali Rajendra
The surface of an acrylate-based shape memory polymer ("SMP") was modified to capture cationic biomarkers of eosinophilic esophagitis ("EoE") to establish a better diagnostic and monitoring system of this disease. Incorporation of a negative charge into the SMP allows for specific adsorption of the cationic biomarkers with additional leverage from the shape memory effect to position the polymer near the lumen wall of the esophagus...
Keywords: biomedical engineering; acrylate-based shape memory polymer
Downloads: 113
[texts]Asco art collective
A brief documentary about the Asco art collective, a former East Los Angeles Chicano artists' collective active between 1972 and 1987.Date of recording is unknown.VHShttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asco_(art_collective)
Keywords: chicano; latino; hispanic american; los angeles; public art; art; street art
Downloads: 53
[texts]Using evidence-based conceptual frameworks to identify leadership practices of principals of successful schools serving english learners - Bishop, Robert Clifford
This study is one of five thematic dissertations investigating the leadership practices of principals leading successful schools serving ELA learners. Schools selected for participation in this study had (a) an open enrollment policy, (b) at least 40% of total enrollment consists of ELL students, (c) has earned a School Performance Framework (SPF) rating greater than 49%, (d) at least 50% of the students qualify for a free or reduced lunch, (e) have demonstrated gains on the CSAP/TCAP and CELA t...
Keywords: English Language Acquisition and Leadership; Leadership Practice; Education Reform; Principal Leadership; Educational Studies and Research
Downloads: 77
[texts]Connection Capacity of Pultruded GFRP Channels in Multidirectional Loading - Wang, Michael
Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) composites is a relatively new material that offers unique advantages for many different engineering applications. While there has been plenty of research performed to understand composite fiber failure mechanisms numerically and experimentally, the exact nature of failure based on fiber orientation is unknown. Due to the complex nature of FRP composites, fiber failure mechanisms are not clearly understood and the goal of this study is to gain further knowledge reg...
Keywords: channels; connection capacity; cyclic loading; GFRP; civil engineering
Downloads: 66
[texts]Recognize me: embodied recognition and the dilemma of abortion - Royer, Bridgett Christine
Because abortion was justified primarily as an issue of privacy contingent upon the trimester framework of pregnancy in the landmark case Roe v. Wade, it has been left vulnerable to radical revision, which has put the right itself in question. Though the privacy rationale has a place in the abortion argument, it is insufficient to justify the right to abortion in multiple ways. First, it does not acknowledge prior inequality in the private, nor the social factors that limit the right to privacy...
Keywords: Embodiment; Recognition; Social Sciences; Abortion
Downloads: 96
[texts]Partners for early intervention and healthy child development: linking attributes and characteristics of stakeholder networks to performance
The reliance upon interorganizational relationships in health and public health systems is extensive; however, there is a shortage of evidence that focuses on stakeholder network performance. Responding to this gap and the call for a systems approach, the study's first research question asks whether community based stakeholder networks operating within the same context exhibit commonalities in network-level attributes and characteristics relative to their performance...
Keywords: Public Affairs; organizational networks; public health systems
Downloads: 158
[texts]Investigating leadership practices in successful schools serving ELA learners: telling the story - Rubin, Wendy
This study is one of five thematic dissertations, which focus on investigating the leadership practices of principals leading successful schools serving ELA learners. Schools selected for participation in this study had (a) an open enrollment policy, (b) at least 40% of total enrollment consisting of ELL students, (c) a total School Performance Framework (SPF) rating greater than 49% for elementary schools, and great than 45% for middle schools and high schools, (d) at least 50% of the students ...
Keywords: English Language Learners; Leadership; Leadership Practices; Student Achievement; ducational Studies and Research
Downloads: 79
[texts]Library spaces for urban, diverse commuter students : a participatory action research project - Brown-Sica, Margaret S.
A data-gathering project using elements of Participatory Action Research was conducted at the Auraria Library, which serves the University of Colorado Denver, the Metropolitan State College of Denver and the Community College of Denver. The project was administered in order to shape a plan to develop a Learning Commons environment at the library. The researcher thought that the needs on a campus with many non-traditional, commuter students might differ from the needs of a more traditional colleg...
Keywords: auraria library, information commons, library use studies, libraries and students, library resources; information commons; library use studies; library design; educational cooperation; library resources
Downloads: 78
[texts]Effects of High Intensity Oceanic Lightning Discharges on the Earth's Ionosphere - Barsikyan, Levon Aleksandrovich
Very Low Frequency (VLF 3-30 kHz) receivers are used to monitor the amplitude and phase of signals from powerful naval VLF communication transmitters. Since the VLF transmitter signals propagate in the Earth-ionosphere waveguide, they provide a method for remotely sensing ionospheric density changes. The effect of powerful natural oceanic lighting discharges on the ionosphere are investigated using VLF remote sensing and the Global Lighting Detection Network (GLD360)...
Keywords: engineering; ionosphere; vlf; global lightning detection network; lightning
Downloads: 65
[texts]Indigenous environmental knowledge : past cases and future prospects - Herman-Mercer, Nicole
Indigenous Environmental Knowledge defined as, a cumulative body of knowledge and beliefs, handed down through generations by cultural transmission, about the relationship of living beings (human and non-human animals and plants) with one another and with their physical environment, has a great potential to inform western science in the area of climate change. This thesis presents work that bas been conducted in the arctic and sub-arctic with Indigenous Knowledge...
Keywords: university of colorado denver; auraria library; anthropology; social science; thesis; yukon river; mexico
Downloads: 31
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver2000/11/02
Keywords: newsletter; e-newsletter; metropolitan state university of denver
Downloads: 20
[texts]More than a number : unexpected benefits of return on investment analysis - Pan, Denise
Author pre-print.In 2010-2011, University of Colorado (CU) librarians implemented a multi-campus pilot study to measure the institutional value of library resources used by faculty in their research. The study incorporated quantitative methods including return on investment (ROI), cost benefit analysis (CBA), and citation analysis of journal articles published by faculty; and qualitative methodologies such as in-person interviews with faculty...
Keywords: return on investment; roi; libraries; cost benefit; preprint
Downloads: 52
[texts]Modeling the Flow of PCL Fluid Due to the Movement of Lung Cilia - Chamsri, Kannanut
Cilia in the human lungs are moving hairs that aid in the movement of mucus. The layer that contains the cilia is called the periciliary layer, PCL, and the liquid in that layer the PCL fluid. We consider the PCL fluid as an incompressible viscous fluid, and we consider the cilia as a periodic array of cylinders that rotate about their base with height varying as a function of the angle. We seek a three-dimensional mathematical model of the PCL fluid slowly flowing due to the movement of the cil...
Keywords: cilia; conductivity; drag coefficient; lungs; permeability
Downloads: 71
[texts]Wolves at the Door: Contested Space in the American West - Zackary, Burditt A.
This project utilizes a multi-sited approach to explore the specifics of anti-wolf sentiment and policy among rural residents in Idaho and Wyoming. To fully explore current anti-wolf attitudes, interviews, participant observation, and archival research were conducted in the summer of 2012. Wolf populations have declined outside of Yellowstone National Park since their removal from protection under the Endangered Species Act in Idaho and Wyoming in 2011 and 2012 respectively...
Keywords: conservation; rancing; social memory; wolves; american west
Downloads: 75
[texts]@metro
Fragment of former electronic newsletter @metro, published by Metropolitan State University of Denver.2001/1/21
Keywords: metropolitan state university of denver; newsletter; e-newsletter
Downloads: 33
[texts]Reasons for being homeless among single homeless men in Denver - Adibifar, Karam
This thesis explores the primary reasons for homelessness among a group ofthirteen single homeless men in Denver, Colorado. The participants' stories were in response to a query concerning how they became homeless. There were multiple reasons for being homeless among these single homeless men in Denver. However the primary reasons among this group of people were economic conditions and high cost of living, alcohol and drug problems (substance abuse), and family issues.The study was aimed to find...
Keywords: homelessness; auraria library; university of colorado denver; thesis
Downloads: 26
[texts]Impacts of mountain pine beetle (dendroctonus ponderosae) and fire disturbances on forest ecosystem carbon dynamics and species composition - Caldwell, Megan K.
Forests play an important role in storing and sequestering carbon, where conifer forests in particular, store more than 33% within the terrestrial carbon pool. Disturbances, such as fire and insects, impact the amount of carbon that can be stored over time in conifer forests. Stand composition and structure, which plays an important role in carbon storage over time, may be altered by these large disturbances...
Keywords: forest carbon; forest vegetation; beetles; environment; insects
Downloads: 66
[texts]Feasible flows in multicommodity graphs - Zullo, Holly Sue
This thesis establishes the minimal representation of the necessaryconditions for feasible supplies and demands for a given multicommoditynetwork. The fundamental theorem is an extension of the Wallace-Wets connectivity result for both directed and undirected graphs. A systemof absolute value inequalities is developed for the undirected case, andspecial properties of this system are explored. Additional results includecounting the number of nonredundant inequalities for specific classes ofgraphs...
Keywords: university of colorado; auraria library; phd; dissertation; mathematics
Downloads: 24
[texts]Analysis of dc offset in iOS devices for use in audio forensic examination - Fuller, Daniel Bradley
Due to the physical properties of electronic components, DC offset will occur to some extent in all audio recordings. DC offset is the effect of direct current on an audio recording, and causes the audio signal to no longer oscillate around the absolute zero quantization level. The mean amplitude of a recording is calculated to determine the global amount of DC offset. Measuring the offset, its change over time, and its standard deviation can be used during forensic examination to aid in determi...
Keywords: DC offset; iOS; media forensics; recording arts
Downloads: 97
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